Microsoft Youthspark Challenge

FUTA student beats 2,000 Africans to win competition slot [PHOTOS]

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An undergraduate at the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) Saviour Okusenogu has been named Africa’s representative at the “Microsoft Youthspark Challenge for change contest”.

An undergraduate at the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) Saviour Okusenogu has been named Africa’s representative at the “Microsoft Youthspark Challenge for change contest”.

The Microsoft Corporation organized competition is aimed at encouraging young people to create and work on ideas that change the society for better using technology and will hold in Nicaragua, in August 2015.

Okusenogu, a student of Electrical/Electronic Engineering at FUTA, beat over 2,000 contestants from Africa to win a ticket to the global event.

His project, Become Inspired in Science and Engineering Technology (BISET), a non-profit organization he heads, won him the honour.

FUTA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Adebiyi Daramola, said Okusenogu’s feat attests to the university’s quality.

An undergraduate at the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) Saviour Okusenogu has been named Africa’s representative at the “Microsoft Youthspark Challenge for change contest”.

The Microsoft Corporation organized competition is aimed at encouraging young people to create and work on ideas that change the society for better using technology and will hold in Nicaragua, in August 2015.

Okusenogu, a student of Electrical/Electronic Engineering at FUTA, beat over 2,000 contestants from Africa to win a ticket to the global event.

His project, Become Inspired in Science and Engineering Technology (BISET), a non-profit organization he heads, won him the honour.

FUTA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Adebiyi Daramola, said Okusenogu’s feat attests to the university’s quality.

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